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VASCULAR MED 2023

About Conference


We invite all the participants from all across the globe to attend “5thANNUAL CONFERNCE ON VASCULAR MEDICINE” conference during August 14-15, 2023 in Dublin, Ireland. This webinar focus on the theme "A healthy Heartbeat keeps you strong" which includes prompt keynote presentations, poster and oral talks. This conference plays a Global platform for biomedical companies, clinical research divisions, professionals, specialists, consultants, doctors, scholars and students to frame a new relationship and build up the Knowledge. This is a wonderful   opportunity for all the delegates to interact with the top grade world class Scientists. The particular members can confirm their participation through Registrations.

Why to Attend?

To exchange and investigate knowledge in your specialised area and  to talk about the relevance and value of advancing in cardiology through on going professional development. The best network for international business prospects. Excellent venue for showcasing the newest cardiovascular products and formulations. to locate the most innovative and recent developments in cardiovascular medicine. Come to this event and learn about the most recent technology to inspire a lot of bright, young minds, professionals, and experts to pick up new skills and find new ways to use data to achieve goals. Your attendance will add another gem to its crown as talks on and its causes Genetics of Vascular Physiology and Pathology, Vascular Diseases, Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Vascular Oncology, Women’s Cardiology, Pediatric Vascular Medicine and other topics will be presented.

Target audience:

  • Cardiologists
  • Anaesthesiologists
  • Cardiology Physicians
  • Thoracic and Cardiothoracic Surgeons
  • Pulmonologist
  • Medical Directors
  • Cardiac Surgeons
  • Cardiac Nurses & Nurse Practitioners
  • Cardiology Associations and Societies
  • Business Professionals
  • Medical colleges and universities
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices and Companies
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Integrated Health promoters
  • Fitness Professionals
  • Cardiovascular Researchers & Scientists
  • Paediatric Cardiologists
  • Electrophysiologists
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Cardiology Faculties and Professors
  • Medical Students and Ph.D. Fellows
  • Cardiology Hospitals, Associations, and Societies
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Companies
  • Clinical Research Scientists

Sessions/ Tracks

Track 1: Advance Approach to Vascular Diseases

Cardiology is a field of medicine that focuses on understanding the heart and how it works as well as diagnosing, treating, and preventing disorders of the blood vessels and the heart. A cardiologist may be consulted so that you can find out your risk factors for developing heart disease and what steps you can take to improve your heart health. Cardiology future medicine is a field which is changing rapidly, assist device eluting stents, new technologies as drug eluting stents, assist devices fir left ventricle, and novel inflammatory makers and imaging modalities such as magnetic resonance imaging and 3D echocardiography.

  • Preventive cardiologists
  • Cardiovascular anaesthesiology
  • Pediatric cardiologists
  • General clinical cardiologists
  • Cardiovascular pathology research

Tracks 2: Vascular Disease

An intricate network of blood arteries, the heart, and the blood makes up the vascular system. The network transports unwanted waste materials and supplies the body's tissues with nutrition and oxygen. Any abnormal condition of the arteries and veins is referred to as vascular disease (blood vessels). Blood is circulated through blood vessels in the body. Serious illnesses and even death can result from issues along this extensive network. Vascular illnesses can strike anyone at any time, affecting both men and women on an equal basis. Blood flow is where vascular disease most frequently manifests itself, for example, when the direction of blood flow in the arteries suddenly changes. the most prevalent vascular conditions

  • Carotid artery disease (CAD)
  • Peripheral artery disease (PAD)
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)

Track 3: Vascular Surgery

Vascular surgery is branch of science that deals with the cardiovascular system or circulatory system or vascular system  i.e., lymphatic system, arteries and veins. It is part of a larger medical specialty. It is a surgical subspecialty in which diseases of the cardiovascular system or vascular system. It is the surgery that diagnosis and longitudinal management of disorders of the arterial, comprehensive, exclusive of the intracranial and coronary arteries, veins and arteries. This is a specialty developed from general and cardiac surgery as well as minimally invasive techniques developed by interventional radiology.

  • Bypass surgery
  • Open heart surgery
  • Cardiac remodelling
  • Cardiothoracic surgery
  • Minimally invasive surgery

Track 4: Women’s Cardiology

One in three deaths among women are caused by heart disorders, which affect as many as one woman every minute. Vascular illness is something that many women misunderstand, which is dangerous since it puts them in danger. These are the conditions that affect women, although cardiac ailments including broken heart syndrome and coronary small tube disease also put girls at danger.

  • Pregnancy-related disorders and CVD risk association
  • Ischemic heart disease in women
  • Persistence of weight gain after pregnancy 
  • Acute coronary syndromes in women

Track 5:  Pediatric Vascular Medicine

Pediatric cardiovascular is a field of medicine that treats the numerous congenital heart conditions in young children. The term "vascular diseases" refers to a group of ailments that affect the body's arteries and veins. The aorta, the body's biggest artery, and its branches to the kidneys and intestines are typically affected by these disorders in children. Renal artery disorders are the most prevalent. These are the primary inflammatory heart abnormalities in infants.

  • Hypoplastic left heart syndromes
  • Congenital abnormalities
  • Cardiac malformation
  • Auditory stimulation therapy
  • Myocarditis

Tracks 6: Vascular Bleeding Disorders

With the exception of familial hemorrhagic telangiectasia, vascular bleeding disorders are anomalies in blood vessels, veins, and arteries that frequently result in petechiae, purpura, and bruises. Hemostasis testing in this vascular disease are typically normal. The majority of illnesses are diagnosed clinically, while some can be diagnosed with particular tests. It is said that the underlying problem is either in the vessels themselves or in the connective tissue around the vessels. Rarely do vascular conditions result in abnormal bleeding. Scurvy is a vitamin C deficit that results in capillary integrity loss and tissue blood seepage.

·        Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC)

·        Congenital platelet function defects.

·        Prothrombin deficiency

·        Acquired platelet function defects

Tracks 7: Non-Pharmacological Approach to Vascular Diseases

This treatment uses a non-pharmacological method, which does not use medication. Non-pharmacological therapies aim to provide patients a sense of control while reducing fear, anguish, and worry as well as pain. There is mounting evidence that people who have had a stroke can profit greatly from coordinated stroke care during their rehabilitation. The reduction of vascular risk factors and prevention of a secondary vascular event may both benefit from non-pharmacological approaches (treatments without the use of medicines). Given the small sample size and methodological restrictions, no conclusions regarding the efficacy of non-pharmacological post-stroke treatment can be formed.

·        Non-pharmacological measures for the management of vascular diseases.

·        Complication

·        Diet

·        Salt

·        Fluid

 

Track 8: Pharmacotherapeutic Approach to Vascular Diseases

The pharmacotherapy approach to vascular illnesses is the use of meditation to treat the disorder or disorders. Cardiovascular pharmacology is concerned with treating heart conditions using drugs. It relates to the basic workings of cardiovascular cells and how medications affect the circulatory system. The medications are used to treat a variety of circulatory, cardiovascular, and vascular diseases. The market offers a wide variety of cardiovascular medications. Heart glycosides.

·        Anti-coagulants

·        Anti-arrhythmic agents

·        Anti-anginal agents

·        Anti-hypertensive agents

Track 9: Clinical and Translational Vascular Medicine

The science of clinical vascular medicine focuses on the arteries, veins, and blood vessels. Clinical cardiology is the name of the scientific field that deals with treating cardiac conditions. Cardiologists often pursue specialisation. Understanding how to treat patients with vascular disease and, more importantly, how to prevent it, depends on translational vascular medicine. TVM will start to be the key factor in hospital referrals for patients. Clinicians who work in hospitals and collaborate with basic scientists must be aware of translational vascular medicine, which instructs and informs them about vascular medicine.

 

·        Nuclear cardiology

·        Echo cardiograph

·        Cardiac electrocardiograph

Track 10: Endovascular Intervention

The options for treating vascular illnesses have increased with endovascular treatment over the last ten years. For many patients, endovascular therapy offers a lower-risk alternative to open surgery. Before performing an endovascular intervention, non-invasive physiological testing and artery imaging help pinpoint the problem and organise the treatment. When endovascular operations fail to improve quality of life and function, the timing and necessity for revascularization are generally related to the three primary clinical presentations.

·        Claudication

·        Acute limb ischemia

·        Critical limb ischemia

Track 11: Vascular Imaging and Diagnostic Testing

current time Vascular imaging began in the 1970s, which is considered the "golden age" of the field because of incredible advancements like Doppler and ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, the development of computers, and computed tomography. This is a time of non-invasion procedures that give information about the vessel's lumen as well as its wall and surroundings, enabling the assessment of vascular disorders. The general term for a painless, non-invasive examination that uses high-frequency sound waves to view blood vessels, including veins and arteries, is "vascular imaging." Vascular studies are examinations that look at your veins and arteries' blood flow. Since there are no needles involved, these tests are non-invasive.

·        Defibrillators

·        Drugs

·        Cardiopulmonary products

·        Devices

Track 12: Public Health and Epidemiology

Epidemiology can be thought of as a scientific approach to studying disease and fitness issues in the context of public health. A search mechanism and precise strategies are used in epidemiology to count and calculate the likelihood that a disease will develop. To learn more about the prevalence and distribution of drug use as well as the issues connected to it, epidemiological studies of drug use use various approaches and statistical measurements. Epidemiology is the study of factors that may have an impact on a population's health. Preventive medicine is a concept that combines all of these. By treating sickness, public health aims to improve people's quality of life.

·        Epidemiology and community health

·        Epidemiology and disability

·        Epidemiology and aging

·        Epidemiology and mental health

Track 13: Case Report on Cardiology

The scientific field of cardiology is concerned with conditions related to heart illnesses. In both humans and animals, the heart is a vital organ that pumps blood through the circulatory system's blood arteries. These medications treat digestive system dysfunctions and diseases. The drugs that are used to treat other bodily illnesses have a significant impact on the heart and can result in a variety of side effects. Therefore, case studies on cardiac arrest and disorders are very valuable and aid in the advancement and creation of treatment plans.

Track 14: Vascular Physiology and Pathology

The cardiovascular system and circulatory system are other names for the vascular system. Cardiovascular physiology is the study of the cardiovascular system, with a focus on the physiology of the heart and blood arteries. Separate sections on these topics are covered under the headings of circulatory physiology and cardiac physiology. The vascular system is an organ system that permits blood to circulate while carrying nutrients like electrolytes and amino acids throughout the body to provide nourishment. These aid in maintaining homeostasis, regulating pH and temperature, and battling illnesses. The heart's inability to keep up with the body's demands is caused by the progressive loss of cardiac function caused by vascular system pathology.

·        Vascular medicine

·        Cardiac therapy

·        Vascular system pathology

Track 15:  Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery

Cardiovascular medicine is used to treat a variety of conditions affecting the circulatory or vascular systems. Heart failure, coronary artery disease, circulation issues, blood clots, and other diseases affecting the structure and function of the heart and blood arteries are among the conditions that may be treated with cardiovascular pharmaceuticals. Cardiovascular Medicine is a supplier of heart-related services with a focus on the identification, supervision, control, and care of adult cardiovascular diseases. Cardiac surgery is the operation on the heart or large blood arteries. Surgery is widely used to treat valve heart disease caused by endocarditis, rheumatic heart disease, and atherosclerosis, as well as to repair congenital heart disease and treat severe ischemic heart disease.

  • Beta blockers
  • Diuretics
  • Calcium channel blockers
  • Antiplatelet agents
  • Open heart surgery

Track 16: Vascular Oncology

Vascular oncology is the field of study that deals with the heart condition in individuals who have received blood-based cancer treatment. Therapy that is administered directly to the tumour lessens damage to the rest of the body. Cardiologists predict that patients will likely develop heart issues if they receive any additional radiation therapy or specific cancer medications.

  • Cardio-oncology programs
  • Platinum-based chemotherapy agents
  • Chemotherapy-related cardiac dysfunctions

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Conference Date August 14-15, 2023

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